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Jones Elementary’s box top winners

For the first time Mamie Agnes Jones Elementary in Baldwin declared two winners this month in its box tops for education drive.

The first winner, pictured below at left with her fifth grade homeroom teacher Kevin Ertle, was Cierra Holm. She handed in the most box tops of any student at the school for February, in addition to 2000 soda pop tabs, which benefit Ronald McDonald House.

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The box tops may be redeemed for supplies and other materials for public schools. The second winner was Angela Blank’s second grade class, pictured above, which turned in the most box tops of any class at the school.

Both classes will be celebrating with ice cream parties. Typically, the student with the most box tops is from the class with the most box tops, but not in February.

Photo courtesy of Rosemary Todd and Mamie Agnes Jones Elementary

Frank Parker, 71, of St. George

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Parker

Frank Robert Parker, 71, of St. George, Georgia died on February 22, 2014 at his residence. Frank was born in Baldwin, GA on August 9, 1942 to the late James S. Parker and Christine Ward Parker. He was a resident of St. George the past 25 years after moving from Jacksonville.

He was a diesel mechanic for many years and enjoyed tinkering with cars. He was an avid Nascar fan who enjoyed hunting and fishing. Frank was preceded in death by his loving wife of 14 years, Ruth Parker, and his brother Billy Parker.

Mr. Parker is survived by brothers Roy (Jimmie) Parker of Yoakum, TX and James Parker of St. George; step-daughters Pam (Robert) Clay of Milton, FL, Debbie (Barry) Bamford of Albany, GA, Gayle Thomas of Waycross, GA and Cindy Engle of Milton, FL; step-grandchildren Kristin Sabol, Richard Little, Troy Griffis, Andy Griffis and Paula (Tony) Guger; step-great-grandchildren Deaven Partain, Savanna Williams and Dillon Williams.

A graveside service will be held at a later date. V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services of Macclenny was in charge of arrangements.

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